This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that Hunter Water can charge for providing water, sewerage, stormwater, and other services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that Sydney Water can charge for providing water, wastewater, stormwater, and other services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues for our review of the maximum prices that the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation (WAMC) can charge for providing water management services, to apply from 1 July 2016.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues for our review of the maximum prices that WaterNSW can charge for providing rural bulk water services.
This Issues Paper sets out key issues in our review of the maximum prices that WaterNSW can charge its customers for providing bulk water supply and other services in the Greater Sydney area, to apply from 1 July 2016.
IPART is undertaking a 5-year review of Hunter Water’s operating licence. We have released an Issues Paper as the first step of the review process.
Outlines issues relevant to IPART’s review of its developer charges methodology for metropolitan water agencies.
The Issues Paper outlines the amendments Hunter Water has proposed to it's Customer Contract. It also explains how IPART's review of Hunter Water's Customer Contract will be undertaken.
IPART is conducting a review of State Water’s operating licence. Any recommended amendments to the licence are to be submitted to the Minister for Water Utilities by April 2008 for operation from 24 June 2008.
IPART has released an Issues Paper on its review of the price of wholesale ethanol for use in automotive fuel blends.
The Issues Paper summarises the key issues in in setting SDP’s prices from 1 July 2017 and the 2012 Methodology Paper on the energy and efficiency adjustment mechanisms for SDP. It also outlines our preliminary views on these issues.
The Tribunal is conducting a review under Section 9(1)(b) of its Act to assist the Minister for Water Utilities in reviewing the DEUS Developer Charges Guidelines for Water Supply, Sewerage and Stormwater.
Sydney Catchment Authority (SCA) is a Statutory Corporation representing the Crown, wholly owned by the NSW Government. Its primary role is to provide bulk water supply services for the benefit of Sydney and surrounding urban areas.
This Issues Paper explains our proposed approach for determining maximum fares for seven private ferry operators that hold service contracts with Transport for NSW (TfNSW).
The Premier has requested that the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) undertake a review of state taxation in New South Wales. IPART is to provide a draft report to Government by 14 March 2008 and a final report by 31 May 2008.